That’s you, Satoshi Nakamoto?
The bitcoin was officially an orphan, till now. Could have found one of it parents. The mass media wants to locate since a few years ago to the mysterious computer engineers that hidden behind the pseudonym of Satoshi Nakamoto that in 2009 created the famous bitcoin protocol.
Craig Steven Wright, an australian impresario who resides in Sydney, was referred by specialized media like one of the possible inventors of the bitcoin.
The American magazine Wired and Gizmodo’s blog, based in confidential documents ensure that Craig Steven Wright could be one of the mysterious inventors of the currency.
“All points to Craig Steven Wright, a man that never had figured at the suspects list who looking for Nakamoto before”, affirm the Wired magazine. “Despite lots of evidence, we can’t say with precision that it mystery has been resolved”, wrote the magazine.
Gizmodo is based at confidential documents and hacked emails that has received, where Wright claims to be Nakamoto.
At March of 2014, the Newsweek magazine affirms that have been uncovered the real identity of the bitcoin creator, a retired engineer originally from Japan resident at California. However, that person has refuted be the bitcoin creator.
Registration in Australia
Australian Police registered in an apartment, at Gordon, a suburb of Sydney, which according to the press belong to Wright. The Australian federal police confirm the register at the framework of a fiscal investigation without revealing the identity of the person who lives at the apartment.
According to police, “this case does not have anything to do with the recent claims of the media about the bitcoin”, informed the AFP’s notice agency.